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    1. Internet version of anti-India radio station launched

      Press Trust of IndiaSep 04 05:17 AM

      Srinagar, Sep 4 (PTI) Radio Sada-e-Hurriyet-e Jammu Kashmir, an anti-India radio station started in 1991, has launched its round-the-clock internet transmission.

    2. Lawyers' strike paralyses work in Jammu & Kashmir High Court, subordinate courts

    3. Why does he need LPG subsidy?

      rediff.comSep 04 12:04 AM

      Despite his Rs 13 crore assets, former Jammu-Kashmir Chief Minister Farooq Abdullah has applied for a LPG cylinder subsidy.

    4. NIA seeks office in J&K to broaden probe base

      The Times of IndiaAug 31 06:18 PM

      Monitoring terror investigations in Jammu & Kashmir, Punjab and nearby states from Delhi is proving difficult for National Investigation Agency (NIA), which has now moved a proposal with the government to open a permanent branch in Jammu.

    5. Pakistan broke protocol by not inviting the speaker of the Jammu & Kashmir assembly for a Commonwealth meeting here, India's envoy here T C A Raghavan has said.

    6. Decision on new J&K chief secretary in due course

      The Times of IndiaSep 01 12:53 AM

      With Jammu & Kashmir chief secretary Mohammad Iqbal Khandey having sought voluntary retirement three months ahead of his retirement, the state government on Tuesday said a decision on the new incumbent to the post will be taken by it in due course.

    7. Jammu & Kashmir CM Mufti Mohammad Sayeed directs officials on facilitating of state Haj pilgrims

    8. The expressway would pass through Haryana, Punjab and Jammu & Kashmir and would cost more than Rs 15,000 crore.

    9. Jammu & Kashmir chief minister Mufti Sayeed today expressed disappointment over cancellation of India-Pakistan NSA talks while his predecessor Farooq Abdullah put the blame on separatists who in turn accused India for the development.

    10. Govt should fulfil promise on OROP: Farooq Abdullah

      The Times of IndiaAug 30 03:23 AM

      Former Jammu & Kashmir chief minister Farooq Abdullah on supported the demand for 'One Rank, One Pension' by agitating ex-servicemen and said the central government should fulfil the "promise" made to the veterans.

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